I know I'm late to the party but I finally picked up Dial M, and it looks incredible on my passive Sony 55X9 (which has been calibrated for both 2D and 3D). The image is stable and clean and quite beautiful - aside from the opticals, natch. I saw no ghosting/crosstalk whatsoever, nor did it appear to be too dark, with bright interiors and excellent shadow detail in the darker shots. The 3D itself isn't too elaborate for either depth or popouts, but the overall sense of immersion is excellent. Bravo, Warners!
My thoughts on 3D home viewing in general:
I had terrible problems with crosstalk on my previous active LCD set, a Sony 55HX823; one movie would look amazing while another would be plagued with ghosting. I tried different BD players, different glasses (inc. the monstervision max ones), tweaked all the settings I could find, nothing made a major difference.
The almost random nature of what exacerbated the crosstalk on whatever movie was incredibly frustrating - and I'm not the only one who feels that way, judging by the comments/reviews of Dial M and House of Wax - but after hearing about the drawbacks of passive I thought 'well, I don't want to lose half the vertical resolution' so I avoided it for the longest time. Then I got a demo of the Sony passive 4K set, and I was floored by the lack of crosstalk. I decided there and then that I had to have one, and I've never looked back.
It's a shame that the hardware manufacturers have never cared about reducing crosstalk on active TVs, because it means that 3D reviews have become a very subjective affair, highlighting three separate issues: active TVs are prone to obvious crosstalk but are full res, passive TVs are largely crosstalk-free but are half-res (aside from Sony's 84"/65" 4K TVs), and active DLP projectors are technically completely free of crosstalk AND are full-res but may have issues with brightness, depending on the source material. (Heck, if Dial M is too dark then Thor 2 must be unwatchable on a projector. They weren't kidding with the 'Dark World' subtitle!)
I honestly feel that I have the best of everything with my TV. It's got less than 0.5% crosstalk in each eye (measured with Spears and Munsil 2nd edition), the half-res image still looks wonderfully crisp and detailed (until it was revealed that the 55X9 is only half-res 3D, I thought it WAS full 1080, it's that good!) and there are no problems with brightness.
As always, your mileage may vary.